Bit of a long shot I know, but I am appealing for any information regarding the rare BR Engineer's Stock Gulf Red livery. This is research in connection with a Shark Brakevan restoration. A modeller's thread from 3 years ago from another forum states that the livery was current between March 1960 and January 1963, and I have also been advised that the colour is NOT the same as breakdown red which can be seen on cranes and coaches around the UK's heritage railways. Apart from that I don't know much about it. Could anyone hazard a guess at when the last item of Gulf Red Stock lost its colour scheme on the BR network? Above all, images (colour or B&W) of BR vehicles to act as reference appear non-existent online. Can anyone help in this respect? There is also an article written on the livery to be found called "Bartlett, Paul W. (1992d) Gulf red - a nearly forgotten BR livery. Modellers' Backtrack vol. 2 (part 4) pp 184 - 188" which I would be interested in obtaining in some form if anyone could help in any way. I know of a few heritage railways which have very extensive collections of magazines for sale but haven't found the magazine anywhere as yet. Any help with the magazine, photographs of vehicles, or simply more information about the livery would be most valuable. One question I have (of many) is whether this livery has been represented in any form in preservation so far? Is there a dogfish or a shark hiding on a railway somewhere? The ultimate prize would be a colour image of a Gulf Red Shark, but at the moment, any reference material would be more than I have at present!